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Re: autoload

On 09/17/2015 04:20 PM, Bart Schaefer wrote:
On Sep 17,  4:06pm, Ray Andrews wrote:
} Subject: Re: autoload
} But I didn't create those files. They're dated August 31 which seems
} to be common to most of the files in the distro as I downloaded it. Is
} this something to do with Debian?

Possibly.  I've never installed a pure Debian distro, only Ubuntu.
My first distro was Mint, and 'downgrading' to plain vanilla Debian was the smartest thing I ever did--less baloney all 'round. I don't even know what it is that I'm supposed to be missing. Anyway, those .zwc files are in the Debian package, I just checked. Perhaps Axel
has a comment?

That's a little confusing since with :t in there you at least got an
attempt to read _bootctl so there must be some function files.
That's with 't' gone, and back to 'A'.
What does

() { emulate -L zsh -o extendedglob; print -lR $^fpath/*~*.zwc(N.:A) | head }

output, if placed early in your startup files (before you do any of your
own changes to $fpath)?

0 HP-w5--5-Debian1 /aWorking/Zsh 2$ zsh

... without 'head' it shows everything and it all looks fine.

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